The New England Patriots will take their Super Bowl celebration to the streets of Boston Tuesday, following their historic come-from-behind win against the Atlanta Falcons.
The traditional victory parade will step off at 11 a.m., Mayor Marty Walsh announced just minutes after Sunday's 34-28 Patriots win. As in year's past, the parade with start at Prudential Tower, head down Boyleston Street past Boston Common, wind down Tremont Street and end at city hall.
— Mayor Marty Walsh (@marty_walsh) February 6, 2017
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And keeping in line with tradition, Boston's duck boats will ferry the champions through the streets.
Fans heading out to revel in the glory should prepare for some nasty weather though.
Overnight snow is predicted to turn into slushy rain by 7 a.m. A high of 38 is forecast, according toweather.gov.